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Which of the following are ways that lobbyist can influence judicial decision making? Select all that apply (2 points)

A:meeting face to face with legislators.
B:submitting amicus curiae briefs.***
C:bringing lawsuits to the court.***
D:encouraging members to contact Congress

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